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Salvation: Reverse Engineered – Part B

There are several steps in the journey for anyone who comes to know Christ. In the message “Salvation: Reverse Engineered,” Skip talks about the role of belief in salvation, encouraging you to share the good news of Jesus with others.

This teaching is from the series Heart & Soul: A Study Through Romans.

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Skip Heitzig
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The Connect with Skip radio broadcast with Skip Heitzig is a daily program that equips believers to live according to God's principles with powerful and engaging teachings that will captivate, encourage, and excite you.
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